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Siberian tigers numbers on rise



Many conservation programs have been established to save the critically endangered Siberian tiger, whose numbers have dwindled to mere hundreds in the wild. The number of wild Siberian tigers and Amur leopards in the forests of northeast China’s Jilin Province has gone up, authorities said. A recent survey showed that there were 11 to 13 wild Siberian tigers and 10 to 13 Amur leopards in the forests around the Changbai Mountains.



Source: Shanghai news
Published: 10 December 2013

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